35 Burst results for "Adam Scott"

US survives close matches to double lead in Presidents Cup

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

US survives close matches to double lead in Presidents Cup

"The U.S. team holds a commanding 8 to two lead over the international team heading into the weekend at the president's cup The U.S. team won three of 5 matches in Friday's four balls competition with two matches halved Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas edged Adam Scott and cam Davis two and one Patrick cantley and Xander schauffele matsuyama and Tom Kim three and two and Billy horschel and max homa beat Cory Connors and Taylor pendrith one up Thanks to homeless 12 foot birdie putt on the 17th hole I was nervous this could be over that putt but it was fun The schedule picks up Saturday at quail hollow club in Charlotte with four matches of foursomes in the morning and four matches of four balls in the afternoon I'm Mike Gracia

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US builds 4-1 lead over Internationals in Presidents Cup

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

US builds 4-1 lead over Internationals in Presidents Cup

"The United States enjoys a four one lead over the international squad following Thursday's foursomes at quail hollow Xander schauffele and Patrick cantley began the competition with a 6 and 5 route of Adam Scott and Hideki matsuyama Our 5 and O one foursomes at the presidents and writer cup events The lone international wind came courtesy of si whoo Kim and Cameron Davis They were two down with four holes to play against masters champion Scottie scheffler and Sam Burns when they seized on American mistakes Scratching out a two up victory I'm Dave ferry

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JJ & JP Welcome 'Old-Timer' Scott Stallings

Fore The People

01:26 min | 3 weeks ago

JJ & JP Welcome 'Old-Timer' Scott Stallings

"We have Scott stallings this week. Scott stallings recently off his first ever championship appearance finished second to get there. The week prior to playing some of the best books like also in the best shape of his life, 37 years old was the second oldest player in the field in Atlanta, which is unbelievable. Yeah, there he is. He's the old guy. Scott solids. Yeah, it's pretty much thanks for having me. You were the second oldest guy that blows my mind. That blows my mind. Yeah, but thank God Adam Scott got that ball up and down and Delaware on Sunday. I mean, which was sick. I mean, we knew it was close, but I mean, he got up and down on the short bunker in the front of the left green like up and over a mountain and then they hit it in the grip and tapped it in where I was like, holy cow. And I had to put the tie to the lead and I was just like, that was amazing. So maybe he gets done and uploaded with him the second round. I'm really glad you're here and then he's like, why? I'm glad I'm here too. I was like, well, you're older than me. Yeah, that's amazing though. We talk about that all the time on the plot, the average age of the tour players now is like 26, 25, and you're 37 and you feel like you're just ancient. And we were talking early before we came on. Scott Scott's been helping the university of Tennessee a lot. He's got 18 year old kids that he's helping all that. You think about it, you're double more than double their age.

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Patrick Courrielche Shares the Biggest Red Pill Moment of His Life

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 3 weeks ago

Patrick Courrielche Shares the Biggest Red Pill Moment of His Life

"All retell prey of this story that was what maybe one of the key red pilling moments for you and your wife? Yeah, it was one of the biggest red pills of my life. It was 2000 around 2010 or so our daughter started to come old enough to go to preschools and what have you. And we wanted to put her in the best preschool possible and so we got her into this preschool in Hollywood. We didn't know it at the time because we were friends with a lot of celebrities and the Hollywood people and what have you and that's how we ended up getting into this place. We didn't realize it, but it's this kind of community, this exclusive club in Hollywood. It's one of the most exclusive clubs, perhaps in America, where it happens to be the school systems in these epicenters like New York and Hollywood. With this particular system, was a fascinating look into the belly of the beast of Hollywood. We ended up getting into this elementary school. And it was all of the big celebrities were there. Jason Bateman had a kid in our class. Melissa McCarthy ended up having a kid in our class, Adam Scott, who's a big actor from multiple movies had kids in her class. Steve Carell. I mean, I could just go through and just start naming studio heads, huge writers. And we started to look around and we're like, why is everyone so excited about being here? And we started to realize that we were in a cult. And that's really, it's not an exaggeration. These people create this kind of community where they can kind of network with one another and it's more than just a kid going to school. Well, we had this experience where we caught this guy getting in bed. You're not going to believe this. We caught this guy getting in bed with other people's kids, okay? On sleepovers, right? Sleepovers, ages from kindergarten to second grade or so. And we caught him getting in bed with people's kids and we're like, what? What? And so we start asking around, there's this moment where all of these parents kind of went away the women went away on this kind of mommy's trip. They start talking to one another and they start talking about this guy and they have each has different stories about him getting in bed with other people's kids.

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"adam scott" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:38 min | 6 months ago

"adam scott" Discussed on Fresh Air

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"adam scott" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

08:24 min | 6 months ago

"adam scott" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Blind date. They're getting to know each other when his date played by Nikki James, asks about his job. So, lumen. Yeah. Like half this town. And half of me that was a joke. It was funny. Yeah. I'm in the archives division sort of a corporate historian apparently. So a lot of sensitive material, hence the. So you don't know who you work with or what you do or anything. Yeah, that's the idea. What if you snuck in a note? You can't sneak notes. So. Like, you could have a girlfriend at lumen and not know it. And if you met someone out here, you wouldn't know it in there. Like you could get married and have kids and just forget the exist for 8 hours every day for your whole life. It doesn't mess with your head. I think for some people, it's the point. Adam Scott, welcome to fresh air. Thank you, Emory. It's obvious that office work culture has changed pre-pandemic. There was this fear that, you know, because of technology, people would be working all the time. Leaving little time for outside life. And with the pandemic, those lines between the two have gone kind of beyond blurred. And people are really reconsidering what work means, how much time one should work, how much of their lives should be devoted to it. You know, this show goes dramatic in the other way, like separating the two. And because it's so much about office culture, is that something that appealed to you and everyone who works on the show thinking through those issues. Yeah, you know, while we were making severance, we shot it in New York, my family is in Los Angeles. So, you know, it was right in the heart of pre vaccine pandemic. So it was tough. I think, you know, get to see them very much. But it was sort of the wild west as far as just trying to make this show and keep everyone from getting sick. And so everybody was really sealed off and isolated. I would shoot the show, get in a van. Drive for 40 minutes to this apartment I was staying in, sit there by myself and eat sleep, get up, get back in a van, go there, shoot this crazy show where there's all this isolation and it's sort of about this separation from work and life. And so it all started forming into this one thing in my head and in my memories of it. The production design of the show, the look of the show really leads to this feeling of strangeness, creepiness, also isolation. For example, your character Mark lives in this sterile corporate apartment in this snowy landscape, and that's his outside life. And the offices are very stark, they're empty, but symmetrical. It's all fluorescent lights and there are so many hallways. There's this one scene when you first get to the office where you're walking through hallways and I timed it. It's like 90 seconds. It's like the longest walking in a hallway sequence ever. And it sort of lends to this kind of weird eerie feeling. So the look of the show certainly helps build this dread. What's it like filming in that environment? It's really interesting. As far as that first walk down the hallway in the first episode, we shot that near the end of the very end of the shoot. 9, ten months in, we ended up shooting that. And I remember after a couple takes, Ben told me aside, and he said, hey, after about a minute, why don't you check your watch? And so I do. And he used that. He put that in the show. And I think it's a little bit of a nod to. Yes, this is taking a while. We are going on this full journey down the hallway. And they built all of those hallways on this stage and you did have to walk through them in order to get to the office. But they were also constantly moving them around. And depending on what we're shooting, they're sliding the hallways in one direction or the other and creating new patterns. So more often than not, I would get lost trying to get to The Office set. And many times would have to just stop and call out and wait for someone to come find me because it all looks exactly the same, just like it does on the show and you can just sort of lose your bearings quickly in there. I've read about some of the actors who inspired you when you're younger and you mentioned Christopher Walken and he just plays such an interesting, fun character. In severance, can you talk about working with him? Oh man, you know, I couldn't believe it when Ben told me he was going to be in the show and he and John Turturro or very close friends and so John really called them up and encouraged them to do it and I mean he's such a profound presence on screen for my whole life as far as long as I've been into movies and TV shows, which is essentially all I thought about and was interested in as a kid and teenager and adult we had a scene where we're all down in his part of the lumen anyway. It was my first real scene with Christopher Walken and I was pretty freaked out. Because I have to give this speech in front of John Turturro and the rest of the cast that's in that scene Zack cherry and Britt Lauer, but it was Christopher Walken and John Turturro that I was a little freaked out about. Giving a speech in front of and it was one of the first scenes I had with the two of them and all day I've been feeling like I haven't figured it out. It's a relatively simple, not super long speech, but I didn't it wasn't coming out right. It wasn't, it just wasn't feeling like it was falling into place. So just was something off about it. It just was not working and I was embarrassed because these guys are watching me all day. Do you like a C plus. And I could not get over the hump, I couldn't figure it out. And I forget what it was, but something about it just made sense and maybe it was the fact that I was doing it all day, but it finally kind of fell into place and at least it's not like I go back and watch it and think it's incredible or anything but something about it just made sense and it came out and the ball at least fell into the pocket. But I was still unsure about it. And after we finished shooting, we were back in this other room just sort of chit chatting and I remember Christopher Walken walked up behind me and just grabbed my elbow as he was walking by and sort of just give it a bit of a squeeze and a shake and like a hand on the shoulder and I just took it as this. I guess a moment of approval or of good job maybe that's how I took it and I can't tell you what that, what that meant to me, just that little moment from him was kind of everything. I'll never forget it. In the first episode of the series, your characters crying, he's weeping in his car before going into the office. And at first we don't know what's causing him that grief, but we do find out as the episodes go on. That has wife was killed in a car accident. The show is also about how a person deals with grief. And at one point it comes out that when your character's wife died, Mark I. tries to go back to work as a professor after three weeks, and he couldn't do it, and that's part of the reason why he chose to work at this company and get the severance procedure done. I recently lost.

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"adam scott" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:41 min | 6 months ago

"adam scott" Discussed on Fresh Air

"This is fresh air. I'm Terry gross. Our guest Adam Scott is best known for his work in TV comedies like Parks and Recreation and party down, and the drama series big little lies. Now he stars in the new drama series severance that gives a sci-fi take on work life balance. Out of Scott spoke with fresh airs and Marie bonato. Here's Anne Marie. Chances are you've seen actor Adam Scott in a TV workplace. On Parks and Recreation, he plays Ben Wyatt, government worker and love interest for Leslie knope,.

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"adam scott" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

05:32 min | 9 months ago

"adam scott" Discussed on No Laying Up

"And that was obviously I played okay the frontline and I was one down and then he just kind of stepped it up again and he flew under green. I didn't fly on but it went on a green at three 75 yards on the tenth and this is in the year 2000. So it was a big hit. I think you went something like 5 birdies and an eagle for the first 6 holes on the back 9. And that was the end of our match and he shot 63 and fairly windy. It was a course record. And I walked off and felt like, well, I don't have much of a chance if they all play like that. Unfortunately, he won the U.S. open by 15, so it kind of was a good thing for me to see. Yeah, I mean, it's really remarkable. I love sitting and telling stories of what it was like playing with Tiger and watching Tiger play at that time because I got to play with him a lot in 2000, 2001 and 2002 and I don't know if you want to call that the height of his powers, but it was if it wasn't, it was pretty unbelievable. And the control over every area of his game I just all be amazed if we see someone else separate like he was able to. Ever again. And obviously what unfolded in the years after that was incredible as well, he had some unbelievable seasons O 6 O 7, but there was at least a time and injuries contributed in all kinds of things, but the gap got narrowed at least eventually. I mean, he's still the goat. It's hard for they still underrated, I think, in my opinion. But that time period was the separation time period. Why was he able to do that then and not into like the 2010s and things like that? Is that like a, I don't want to put the answer in your head, but I want to say technology just started bringing people closer together, whereas when the sweet spot was smaller and the misses were punished, more heavily. He was the only guy that could hit the center of the center of the face every time. And swing as hard as he could and not encounter the same punishment as other guys. Am I on to something there? Absolutely. Yeah, I agree. I mean, I think the driver is the biggest change in the evolution of the game. The biggest fundamental change we go back through history before 2010, let's just pick a year, but 400 before 460 CC's, let's say, the driver was, as you got a longer club in your hand, it became a harder club to hit throughout history of golf and driver was always the hardest and you ask guys who played in persimmon days the days they weren't swinging good. They hit three wood off the tee because the driver couldn't get a bowl fly. You know, because that was really hard to hit. Well, and I think now it's gone from being the hardest club generally to hit to kind of the most forgiving club in the bag because of the advancements and the size of the driver head. So there was definitely a bit of that. But I really it'd be unfair to say that the only thing that separated Tiger was technology. This guy, you know, Butch said to me around that time in early 2000 when I started working with but Greg Norman was the hardest worker he ever worked with and Butch had worked with lots of guys over the years and he said, Tiger Woods works harder. This guy was so focused on kicking everyone's eyes and being every tournament. You can see it. And nothing was going to get in his way. He just took everything to such a ridiculous level. I mean, all of it. I mean, which parts are you going to talk about? I mean, the highlight reel is a joke. But perhaps the chips, the iron play the Long Island play and the driving, you know, watching him swing that driver at saint Andrews in 2000 it is just unreal. The speed, and then hitting that center of that small face. It's phenomenal stuff. Really wish we had strokes gained in that time period. It came shortly after that. I want to see his strokes gained approach in the year 2000. I mean, that had to be just astronomical. It's incredible. So a couple more things here before we before we get you out of here. You've played and I don't know how many presidents cups now is at 8 or 9, I think it may be. 9, maybe. Yeah. What is your thought on the status of that event and should it evolve in any kind or are you, you haven't been on a winning side yet? Are you dead set? All right, we're gonna get this figured out. One of these. Can we just win one and let it all then? I'd love to win one, you know, just starting develop this thing that they should just kick me off the team because I might be the gene slide. Since I've been on there hasn't been a win. But as I said before, I'm really open to the evolution of these things. It's hard for me to say obviously the Ryder Cup is a mammoth. It's one of those it may be the biggest event in the game of golf. It's so huge. So everything else is going to struggle to live up, live up to that. And certainly, the president's has has been lots of tinkering over years with formats and rules and things like that. And it doesn't help that the internationals haven't won.

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"adam scott" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

01:35 min | 9 months ago

"adam scott" Discussed on No Laying Up

"But he said, your short games average is three part too much, and something else. He said, so you got to fix that. And that wasn't it. It wasn't like you should try and do this. It was like, that's it. That's what my assessment is after three weeks. And I kind of took that top and I went and went and worked on that and tried to get better obviously. But definitely, we I picked his Brian a lot about how tying the play at majors and you know there were a lot of things, but Steve was one of the final pieces of the puzzle for me to lift my game to play at the highest level I would say and we used a lot of similar strategy that he and Tiger used at major championships. And for a period there, I was certainly one of the most consistent performers at majors. With Steve on the bag. Well, drafting off that as well. Tell us about a line that I heard you say somewhere about. You played with Tiger when you were an amateur, and how that made you think of your professional career after that. What was that? What was that initial experience like playing with Tiger as a youngster? No, it was incredible. Sunday before the U.S. open at pebble beach in 2000, I was still an amateur, but I decided to turn pro and I'd been given an invite on the European two of the week after that pebble beach U.S. open and Tiger came to Las Vegas to see Butch just before going up to pebble beach and he said he can go and play with Tiger. And that was obviously I played okay the frontline and I was one down and then he.

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"adam scott" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

04:26 min | 9 months ago

"adam scott" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Know, I think the competitiveness, I think, and I'm going to single someone out rightly or wrongly, but I think it started when Jordan Spieth came out. That's when I really noticed it. And here's a guy who had a stellar junior and amateur career and college and came out and he was maybe 22 or 23 when he came out and but he played like a ten year veteran on the tour. His head was so mature and no doubt inspired by Tiger and everything that Tyga had done, the perfect age to just follow in his footsteps let's say, but also the information that's being collected now over the last 20 years and been able to be processed and then given to young players to help them with managing their game and understanding how to score better and that process used to take four, 5, ten years of experience on tour to learn how to be a smart profile. You know, let's call it that. And now I feel like kids come out of college with that already. And when Jordan Spieth comes out and breaks through quickly, Justin Thomas looks across and goes hang on a second. I was just baiting him 6 months ago in college. He believes he can do it too, and that affect happens. And they've all got this great information now coming out with like the actual data, not myths of when it's breezy swing easy, like we used to think of little things like this. There's actual data and the stats to back it up. Hit it down there on this whole keep it in the right side. It doesn't even matter if it's in the rough, get a wedge on up to the green. You'd be better than laying up with the three iron off the tee. You know, this kind of stuff. So they are much smarter golfers now coming out. And that's why it's got so competitive. I mean, everyone's better quicker. What are your thoughts on that style of play or I don't know if I don't know where you can point any timeline as to how golf evolved into what you're talking about, hit it down there, you can wedge it out of the rough versus taking three iron, whether that's it's always been the case or equipment has led that to becoming the case where that it becomes the best strategy because when you're not hitting it as far when you're hitting 7 irons out of the rough versus 5 irons that from the fairway, maybe that's a different question than 7 iron out of the fairway and wedge out of the rough. What are your thoughts on the way the game has evolved in that way? And has it I don't know, has it gotten dumbed down a little bit to that point of hit it far out there go keep it within the corridors, find it and wedge it on. It's a fine line for sure. And I don't know where that line is, like, is it 7 9 versus wedges or 7 irons? There's 5 lines in the rough and fairway. I don't know where the line is, exactly. It's always been a little bit that way, but I think more guys are able to shift the ball down there now. I think guys are generally better athletes, let's say that generally able to swing at a higher speed. And the equipment encourages that. And it also helps that too. So there's so many factors in this. And that's how it's evolved in the professional game. And maybe no one's pushed it. Well, no one has pushed it further than Bryson, of course. And he's done incredible. And he's proven it. Had a U.S. open as well that he can play good like that. And when a U.S. open, convincingly, as well, I got a hat. The only difference I see and it's not a criticism at all of anyone. It's just an observation is that the consistency is not the same as the previous generation or the generation before that. In my opinion, and that's doesn't make it better or less at all. It's just my observation. I think we all play a little more gung Ho. And when we're on, it's incredible stuff. Watching DJ when he's at full flight is just insane. So is Rory. And I just don't think they play at that consistency like obviously Tiger did, but even feel in any routine and Vijay and then before that Norman and faldo and that generation they seem to have it at the major every time in fairness guys string 12 or 18 months together..

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"adam scott" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

02:23 min | 10 months ago

"adam scott" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Starring Kate Moore and Adam Scott. Ghost rider is unlike anything you've heard before, and it's so good. Literally, the experience of a movie, but in audio only. One episode one captivating story it's chilling, suspenseful, and will have you on the edge of your site until the very end. Kate Adam and the cast are amazing in this. Listen to this short preview, then go search and listen to ghost rider wherever you get your podcasts. Hi, I'm Kate Mara. I star alongside Adam Scott in ghost rider, a new podcast movie from C 13 features, a cadence 13 studio. Now known one, what is your emergency? I don't think. I am. Can you give me your address? Tell me about this thing that happened with your neighbor. Who is he thought to have killed? Someone close to him. Family member, I think. Writer Kate Michaels has a new project. Sounds like he's the most interesting part to you. My make a compelling main character. And an enigmatic new collaborator. Well, you sure seem to be in a good load since you started working with him. When I see light, he's thoughtful. Vulnerable even. And generous. I'm kissing this bottle cost more than my rent. I think a toast is in order to our continued partnership. And plenty of demons. The last shrink I spoke to warned me that covering stories involving violence can be triggering of my condition. Sometimes, there's a thin line between fact and fiction. There's been a murder markers in my neighborhood and they sound exactly like the later ones in the book. Are you still on your meds? You know it's dangerous to just stop like that. From C 13 features, a new kind of listening experience. Another body has been found in the Washington high school. I just thought I can't explain everything. I just need to quit. A guy like whoever could afford to work with anyone, right? Who is it FBI? Paid Michael? C 13 features presents. Kate Mara and Adam Scott in. Maybe.

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Red Sox hit 2 slams in first 2 innings, even series

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Red Sox hit 2 slams in first 2 innings, even series

"The Boston Red Sox became the first team in major league history to hit two grand slams in the same post season games and in doing so tied the American League championship series at a game apiece the nine five win over the Houston Astros JD Martinez staked the red Sox to a four nothing lead with his first inning grand slam and Rafael Devers followed suit in the second date of all the earned the win for Boston after allowing three runs over five one third innings illegal retail drove in three runs for the Astros game three is Monday night in Boston Adam Scott lane Houston

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Kevin Kisner Wins 6-Man Playoff at Wyndham Championship

AP News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Kevin Kisner Wins 6-Man Playoff at Wyndham Championship

"Kevin Kisner has won a dramatic six way playoff to win the Wyndham championship in Greensboro it's just the third time the tourists had such a crowded field for extra holes and kissed the claimed the title with a stunning birdie at the second hole he fired a final round sixty six to join Adam Scott see we came Roger Sloan Kevin and Brandon grace at fifteen under in the sudden death finish and he was lucky to get the win was got missing a very makeable birdie putts on the first extra hole the victory was his fault onto a put in a great phone for the upcoming FedEx playoffs I'm Graham make us

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"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Johnson is car through an entire scottish building into their truck. It it goes through two walls like the people are in there like shopping or there aren't many so glibly either so quickly. It felt like this movie had the highest death for sure of yasser puerto rico one where they were drag the dragging the fault. Is that what happened. In puerto rico brazil brasilia pretty high body. Count to okay. This is actually. Don't remember anything. Magnets are pulling. Those magnets are pulling people's you know people in their cars people in there. They're pulling they're using those magnets willy nilly and by the way the magnitude it's cool yes such a basic basic idea and i thought it was just in linski came up so fun i liked. His kid saw breaking bad and maybe because reminded me of about that. Yeah which is fine. I mean it was is eighty percent. Magnets eighty percent magnets. They they need the magnets in space. I don't even know the magnus doing. But yeah i mean i guess it's going to everything that has a one zero attached to it is going. I mean they use it a lot for comedy because like you know when romans eating they turn off the magnet the knife yup and then like a laptop hits it too and that laptop is now ruined but they still thought it was hilarious. I everything in that room would be ruined. But that amount of magnetism coursing through small room. I it also seems like their bodies would be ruined by that. I don't think your body should be that close to magnetism like that didn't feel good. It doesn't feel good to me. There's gotta be radiation involved to somehow. Here's my question. And this is my question for the group and we got. We've gotten a little bit away it but we were talking about earlier. So i want to reintroduce when dom and so we we see young don get out of jail and he shows up at a street race. Where young jacob is. Jacob is like the king of street racing now since being in prison. And dom says if i beat you you have to keep driving. Never come back. you have to go away. And he sends jacob basically into exile mea is basically like you know i kept in touch with him a little bit like is dumb forcing mea to choose sides. It's thing is. I'm so glad you brought that up. I remember like yeah i do. So what are you june. I'm curious because i feel like they've never mentioned it before or anything like that. But in my mind. Dom is forcing me to shut out jacob. So man his heartbreaking it is and it felt lake That blast moment were. She goes over and hugs jakup. It felt like she was being released from like a transparent cube out that she had been kept away from him and that like scientology style. He dumb had told her. It's it's him or me. Yea wait through. June setting they. We're kind of coming to here in a very like organic way. Then is emotionally abusive character. He doesn't apologize. He keeps family apart but yet he prevailed projects this image of being perfect but yet he is not demands. He demands that everybody follow his morality. You because it felt like mia doesn't she was in carrying the baggage of like this idea that that That jacob killed her father right into maybe different dads different moms different dads or maybe never told her that jacob was complicit in the murder complicit in the death scene might have let her live a life where she didn't know that and just assume jacob had disappeared. I don't that i don't know you know. He might never have said right he might. Meanwhile jacob was probably hanging out with me during the time that dom was in jail. So like yeah. He's because they're both at the car. Don't you think that if they kept in touch from time to time. Like jacob like yeah. You're dumb did tell me get the fuck out here. I don't know but it i do. Because here's the thing that i keep coming back to these movies and having just watched them all. It's true like the dumb mia brother sister relationship never make sense narrow think do not seem like they are brother and sister. They seem like they're they're part of the same group and they seem like they've been together since since they were young. I understand that they do not seem like brother and brother and sister. So the dom jacob dynamic. I totally understood. But when you factor in this third sibling here and you're barely giving it any weight. But she does have more of a sister to dom because they don't kiss do they. Do they ever leaded rarely in the past. But they there is a very chaste lee represented relationship. I know i was a little bit weird out. Because i couldn't quite tell if like leading into this life there leading i think june you kinda hit the nail on that you couldn't tell she wasn't into it says specifically we don't hide well like piss but your son. Well she has that line where she says. I just remembered who i was and then our whole lives changed. Basically right because remember 'em nesia let's not forget did for just had amnesia. And so just when she remembered who she was came back into the fold. They basically stopped doing adventures and he has a son. Now i mean a pretty wild she just come back into the fold in the last movie or the one movie is the movie prior. She is like oh ladies back. She was a bad guy. She was the bag. She was on dekker's brothers. She was on stadiums. Brothers team the show right. The this are sorry the other shots jamming did the other shod die today kill him. No he's alive. still choose. I think is prison. I think he's in prison too. Yeah and. I don't remember what happened to the sister. And jason stays my thought the last time we saw jason steve. He was walking into a prison narrow corridor and all those guns pointed at him but he's out now as we've seen the at the end of hobson shy you mean or they put him in jail. Oh that was the bad guy. Hobson shot right but they put interest elven that prison. I believe so the walk. Okay so yeah. When we see basically you know justice for han. We get to see a snippet of what that's going to look like in the next movie. Which is han shows up to day themselves and jason. Tatum is like chasing down. Someone for a micro was a a mini hard-drive But beating the best. Reveal of all time jason. You missed the great thing adam. Jason stadium is Punching a boxing. You don't know it. stay at. I covered i in like a hood like punching a plan..

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"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Bonkers. I loved the sequence. So i loved the sequence where i it's the edinburgh one right. Where the the long convoy and and dumb. It's the one where you're talking about. Adam earlier with her jumping across roof car moving and bus roofs sir. John again something you cannot do. You can't jump from a car. That's moving thirty miles an hour to a car. That's going the other direction at twenty miles an hour land on your feet and just continue like frogger. Styles continued to jump and fight. Yeah right again. The laws of physics don't apply to these characters which theresa appropriately calls out and should be saying do the laws of physics not apply to human. What's happening anyway. So dumb gets into the. The johnson is character in the german. His german willem defoe junior character are in a transport is like i don't know to semi-truck huge trucks in length. It's like a mini railroad Thing and you've seen it in the trailer it goes up side. It goes vertical at one point. Anyway they use the magnets they go vertical dumb somehow ends up inside this truck as its tumbling over and over and over again again the thing is tumbling over and over and over again he is able to walk through it walking on wall ceiling floor wall ceiling. He's walking through it so much falls down a mountain or something then lands and just getting into the driver's seat and he drives that's right. It is insanity it so he would be double but hold on and just say and then manages to escape that same truck. That's been hit by two missiles jumping out of it as it koreans off a cliff but also nothing any bit affected by the amount of heat because that thing is is a giant fireball on wheels at that point. I mean it fans like in a superhero. Yeah he lands like in the floor. And how do the drone that it's revealed that shirley's is is flying so she doesn't have to leave the the studio where they're shooting. How did they end up downing. That was that through cars. Well i forget yes. He uses the tail and the rear end of the long convoy during that he's driving to he positions it so that the missiles hit and the the forces the truck the truck's tail to spin around and smack the drone. That's firing missile. That's right and it all blows up and he is completely without a scratch unharmed. I mean a lot of stuff going up sixty guys at once. Vin diesel at one point fights like sixty one in the tell him. I love him seen right. Yeah there's a moment though in this movie this is how much action it has. That goes completely silent as like more like there's a giant sequence vin is running up the side of that truck to get into it and it's silent. It's sort of like yeah almost like background. Montage go. this is not even this giant setpiece which most people would pull out. This is nothing you don't even need to see the truck flipping and jumping in. It was like this is just like. Meanwhile it's a weird thing. I've never seen a movie take such a giant action set piece and treat it like nia and that's going onto like narration over some voiceover. Oh no oh no. It was dead silent music. And that's when the space thing is going on there's a million things going on. That's the only thing. I thought about in that sequence a lot again this is me and the punching and i wanted to get your thoughts on it. Dumbs jeans heard of her dad. Jeans averred moms jeans. And i was thinking about don's jeans because dom jeans they're not they're not pure denim make their little their little. They're not like not that that that kind of color but they're also not like faded not like like white y. You're kind of this weird retro gene looking at like weirdest jump. They also tapered at the bottom. We also like yeah. I don't know if they're tucked into his boots. But you they don't. They don't come over his boots they end at the top of his yet so for sure. That's an interesting going to taylor with his jeans. I mean he's eight feet tall so he's got to go to a taylor obviously because the he's got to go to the taylor anyway so that they can remove all his sleep. Yes and those are those are like a lasting genes like those genes to be able to run through a two block long truck in as it's as it's careening off a cliff. You can't do that in like tight denim so they have to be like spandex. What's interesting is like. You'll they'll give in scenes that are appropriate like in the one we mentioned earlier like tirees and some of the other players will have bulletproof vests on. They'll have body armor or something akin to that on right dom never dumb is just like i'm out here in the world. I'm bulletproof essentially is what he's saying. I don't need kevlar. I don't need body armor. I'm body aren't sure. I mean i also noticed that when he's doing good things he's in a white shirt and when he's doing bad things in the black shirt is that right. Oh is that true. Well he when he pulled the roof down. He's in a black shirt and when he's doing like i'm on the farm. It's a white shirt. So they gave him when he wouldn't steal the car. He's wearing a jacket over there. Because probably cold in london. with helen. He's not a fief anymore anymore. But it's also like come on man live at this point. What are you doing that. She wanted him to get in that on her. He does pull the break he does he does. He helps her out the number of because they insist on using cars and because they use cars on active city streets frequently. I'm going to estimate the number of civilian deaths that happen in the course of the events of this movie is in the if foul and people. This is the first time. I've i will say this to justin lin directed some extra to do some good stuff. There's that one guy shopping for like microwave ovens and the car flies through all the migrate lies out. Well even if you're not getting hit by a microwave oven at sixty miles an hour you're gonna get glass in your face. Someone's getting glad. The dog is going to get car..

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"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

09:01 min | 1 year ago

"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Therese are in a fight in the back of the van in the of in the back of the magnet van was so fun with those guys and then natalie emmanuel gets in the driver's seat. She's she can't drive. Her whole character is that she can't drive which she said in previous movies but this is the first time they've ever been made her drive. Which i thought was hilarious. And such a good way to add different stakes to that car chase. Which is she's driving poorly she's doing comedic beats of. I'm sorry like ooh but it's also causing havoc in the back of the van. Where roman and isar. I thought it was great scene. Yeah i also thought about this and june like there's something about that that fight in the back of the van and i don't know i started thinking about this like how hard and how much would you have to punch a human being before they pass out because that seems to be the default thing on punch you until you're knocked out and that seems hard like for people who are not like a professional boxer like i'm not going to put that on toronto and sina. I believe that they could probably do that. Even though they're both treatise but like i fight. That fight in the back of the van was kind of fun because the punches guys a lot like you guys are getting punched all like before. They finally like just crapped out but to be punched so many times that you pass out is pretty brutal way to go like really punching that happens on average in movies in a if there was a bar bar fight like in real life that amount of punching would for sure kill someone right especially in the moving van with edges out steel van. It was pretty rough. I want to spend a little bit of time talking about this moment from french. Cinema here where dom ripped the roof off of a building with his bare hands pulls down with two chains a roof and then oh and then falls into the water and then has this moment is i think one of the most beautiful artistic directed moments in all of fast and furious where he is walking through his own life and doing with mortality and family. It also allows them to look at scenes from the movie from a different perspective. As if as if you're wearing an oculus and you can kind of like all right. That's okay. That's what i miss. That sequence was pretty shocking to me that that was in. This is the first time you know it's really kind of like a near death. Experience for dom obviously you know. He's he set up that he is essentially sacrificing himself. So that the others can live. He tells lettie to tell his son would that he loves. Emory never gave up whatever he tells lettie like final words for sun and then he pulls this roof down he falls into the water and it's like him dying sinking to the bottom and dying. But what's interesting is that it. Does this the first time in any of these movies dom realizes he was wrong right because when he has these visions realizes he was wrong. Yeah he he got it wrong he got it wrong and it's the first time in in any furious movie where dom is wrong and not only is he wrong but he betrayed family right. He betrayed his brother. He took away from his brother. The only thing that for toronto's matter which is family because because he's just say one thing jason because the to all of us but it's so funny to me that they keep on saying in these movies like the worst thing you could do to toronto Like that's the worst thing you could do to anyone that by the way all his and unique in this regard off said if there isn't line there is a line june. I wanted to break that down. This line. That that mia says. She's like me. Says to letty dom as my brother but you'll always lease center lay. Yeah what does that mean like. It's meaningless essentially. It truly is but jason to go back to what you're saying it was. The movie was different in that sense to see dumb in a vulnerable state of not yelling and having mistretta situation actually made me think about the younger dom and how his father did not think he was strong enough to handle that information. His father did not assumed that he was too weak really. I shouldn't have handle well. The way they frame it in the movie is slightly different. Which is his father believed in dom so much to be the good one that he wanted to keep dumb pure like the dom was going to be like he was the dom was the chosen one. And that jacob was the not the runt but the little brother who who knew like who the dad kind of was like you have to help me through this fight. We we can't tell dom because because he's too good parody too dumb to attached to his father and two more of his father. I think that's in there too. Yeah p can't handle this reality and it made him seem to me so Broadened his character is actually like. Oh wow this is a different. This is different toronto where we're now seeing that his his whole sense of his own masculinity is based on ally. Yeah jacob keeping this secret all of these years you would think like this whole conflict in this whole this whole sort of splinter in their family could be solved with one conversation but john sina is also protecting don not only keeping his the wordy gave to his dad but he also is protecting him from thinking of his father in this in this other way so yeah it is yeah A well written sort of conflict got together. It's got juice. Something chew without it again. Because i was a little bit nervous when they announced that like oh johnson is going to be his brother. His long lost brother as ooh. I don't know that seems a little bit. Like that. Could be dicey. But i really liked it. Because it really serviced. Something that has really not been attended to in these movies. Which is that all of these movies. Dot com is absolutely unquestionably. Always on the right side of every decision. He is always the moral compass of every choice. And he's never questioned and in this instance he really is found to be wrong. Yeah his his his his his understanding the situation was wrong and his his inability to question it in into adulthood also wrong and he really has to like have a have a like a really come low moment but what's interesting and what's so interesting when we talked about in the podcast before about how dominic toronto can never lose a fight. You know how vin diesel won't let him lose a fight won't let him everything. He has to win everything. He never apologizes. He never says right. Which is crazier right. Like the moment where he acknowledges it to. Jacob is to say something like he's i don't i don't think i wrote it down. But he says something like maybe i had it wrong or maybe you maybe you took. Maybe you knew too much. Okay he phrases. Something in a way that is. I think i understand what happened now. But he doesn't ever say. 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"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

09:53 min | 1 year ago

"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"It's it's roman. Natalie emmanuel entire east you know because the at one point they have the sender where where where yes the nerds then dom always lone wolves and now. I think they're creating what seems to me to be like kind of the the. When they send letty and mia in the to japan it becomes like oh now. There's going to be like the the girls a fast nine team. The women in the fast nine universe they are. Now they are teamed up together in a way. And oh. I will say when they go and those. The sniper takes out the hit team. That's coming after them. And you know it's done is the sniper. I started to weep when han was revealed. I cried i was so it was such a even though i've seen the trailer he's coming back in time familiar with the justice for but like he was his return was emotionally very sad. I cried when vin hugged him. Because i felt like you didn't see when vince that okay. It's okay to feel like when he told us it's okay you see everything through vins for you. Vin is your surrogate which is why that whole sequence in the while. We'll get to the underwater. But but that's not just fast and furious movies either using a whole. Yeah i mean but that recognized vin. It's all about tom. Vin is my eyes. I am vin and when i see on like that i will say that this movie we needed to bring back on. I'm excited that hana's his back. I thought this is like in. I go dan casey. You're fucking genius. Because he just he has a pretty crazy deck to deal with like. I got to figure out all this shit. And the way he figures it out and the way they justify that hana's alive is pre collusion. That this is again this. This gets at what i think. These movies do so well. Which is don't worry about it. Yeah yeah don't don't worry about it. We're also like there's i feel like made me this up but i think they said a number of times like it. It's it's too complicated to explain. And i was like okay. There's no time for it doesn't say like mr. Nobody worked his magic or something like that. It's got a line me that just glosses over and then you see a flashback. Where han and mr. Nobody are watching the the car explosion killed. He said something like well. Mr nobody can really make stuff. Look real i mean mr nobody is the key is the centerpiece now. It has gone from a character. Louis met by the way. Scott eastwood did not return appearance in this movie interesting but mr nobody has become the center of this universe and he came it only like two movies ago but thank god because he has figured it all out. And there's a moment where maybe he's using projection but there's an otc. like all. i wanted was like mr nobody. This is this is my version of it. Do the same exact sequence but then have mr. Nobody like it's working. And then you turn and you see on on the ground in front of a green screen and you all there's some sort of projection thing going on hans pretending he's in the car and the car that she roebuck but they don't even do it. They don't even do that. They don't even need to do that. It's fine don't worry about it and never show. The bbc show sherlock with benedict cumberbatch. Like he fakes his death. And you're like oh how did he do it. And even that one was like this again therese. Does it earlier in the movie. Like a car drops on him. I'm okay look and you're like oh fuck it and i think that that car drop is to get you ready for the han one later. So yeah anything is possible. I think so you know. Just i think what they're also kind of saying which is teresa's essentially having a crisis of mortality. If he inside the movie is like. Are we immortal are we. Invincible is actually john's of calc- book redshirts in the next week in a movie called fast and furious. And we are. We need to break out into the real world. Last action hero. They have to break out into the real world for a second when he first started doing that. Thought are they going to reveal some sort of supernatural element. Jam find that least theresa ludicrous and that they are somehow bulletproof and and it's and it's And there's some supernatural online. But yeah you're right the ki mr. Nobody is now like a day sex mocking like anything that makes no sense they. Now have that character. Oh to go and paper over anything weird. They're like oh no. What do we do. And natalie emmanuel is like. Oh there were some coordinates buried in mr. Nobody's message that go to those reward. Knits and it's a secret headquarters so now they have secret headquarters that they can completely operate out of so now they have and i was like okay. Well okay so now. They've moved fully. Moved location to this secret headquarters that mr nobody sent them blah blah blah. Again where is baby brian. they're all just. How long does this mean. This mission must take weeks weeks two hours. How much international. There's so much nighttime nighttime. They're always at night there sleeping and travelling during the day they reference pop culture. A lot of our wars. The model is like get me. Everything baca if you can. What another star wars reference like three minutes later. Shirley says you're like yoda like the puppet with someone's hand up it's great. That was a great graduate. I mean the con is hans solo. His name on solo. it is truly his. Yeah not spell differently. Yeah yeah. I'll tell you how it spelt But that's like the big joe. Justin lin put in the original movie. 'cause basically han in from better tomorrow tomorrow. He's great i love. I love that guy. He when he comes in like eating a bag of chips or whatever he's doing because we've seen remembered that's what he used to do because he wanted to quit smoking. He was always snacking in the old movies and he comes in and he's just like hey his he's so chill his. He's maybe the best actor in the series lie in terms of eating too compelling to watch and like weathered end like looks like he's been through shit you know his name is han s e o. u. l. dash o h han so got And that's and that's his alias. That he is so. I mean last. Last names aren't used that much but that know that's that's that's his deal and we get to see the tokyo drift guys. You know everybody gets to be in the movie. Everybody gets to have like a a check in moment and And hero moment like they're building the rocket car that then those guys can use to go to space always. I did not see that coming. And i was delighted that that's how they came back into the move that they're gonna provide the space that they're now just like weird like mythbusters style. Grace experimental team like like again that nothing prepares you for the fact that this is what they do now right the same way. That ludicrous at the end of five has had all of his dreams come true so he opens up a machine a mechanic shop right but now he's like one of the world's greatest hackers and we don't question it you know it's just like oh yeah right. He's like one of the world's greatest hackers. He was never a tech. We always we talked about this in the mini episode. There i mean. I know people make a big thing. The cars do everything but really everything. Does everything in this movie. I mean vin diesel and vin diesel. And the in their bodies are so rock hard that they break through walls on simple punches and not even just them even one of the bag as go the tattoo with when they're fighting on the top of that truck like a billboard crashes wiley coyote style and it's like i'm all the action is great. I'm having fun since i wrote down. I don't know if i understand everything but it's fun in edinburgh where they're jumping from car to car. Am i right about that. Is that what they're doing. Yeah yes that was beautifully directed. I mean that is a great sequence end. There are what five of those terrific action sequences that are. Oh legitimately inventive. and they. Yeah each movies. How do something new. And it's by the way i did. Think the problem with zip-lining was you just have john seen going like okay. I guess my escape plan is zip. Line across edinburgh like wasn't there was no like i'm just a one spot. It just seemed like. I'll go to here here here. Every one in edinburgh. Wouldn't you run out of edinburgh is not a huge city. You would eventually of tall buildings. Yeah that's that was but it was such a funny again. They're always using think they're always using new tools to up the ante and it's preposterous. Yeah that a giant wrestler is going to zip line across a whole city over and over and over again shooting the gun zip lining across shooting the guns. It's so funny to me and that meanwhile like this whole other thing is happening which is ludicrous..

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"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Mom. You don't see that every day. But i guess eight is a possibility wasn't attached but they really thing about the movie it really deals with like maternal 'ambiguities and by the way it also opens up for the defer to moms to come in the next movie and be the bad guys team up with helen. Mirren by the way man that helen. Helen mirren driving with dom in the car. One of my favorite scene. One of the best things. I wanted them. I mean i know people talk about this. I wanted them to kiss sisters some really like major sexual chemistry we. She is so good and she's doing. So here's what i'll say. She's so hot she's doing such a great job she's so compelling but she's also selling that she's a killer driver yes she's it's hard to sell like stunt driving. Her character is meant to be doing while then effortlessly having a conversation with tom. What's so interesting about that. Sequence is i guess she stole some jewels from okay so she could have easily just walked away to way. Yeah just walk. Walk out of this. She wasn't going to your next location just to steal a car and he took off like a bat outta hell. It's like you. You have flagged for everybody around you like you're you're the person. Get that person. The car really fast. And here's a couple of things that were interesting about the first of all. I just wanna talk about pure joy and we talked about like dom being stoic character. When he sees her he lights up in a way that i like like. When i see vin diesel. Doing things that he goes on youtube and stuff like that. Like it's like he is in pure joy mode and that sequence. I was a little confused as like all right. So he's asking her questions and then she just drives them to the party like like. I felt like she had no intention of going to that party. She knows the jacob tomasz was paying her okay. Paint one of jacob gave her two missions or asked her to provide two things one of which was to drop off at this party and the other was dumbs asking her. How did jacob get a hold of this that and the other. And she's like i might have. I might have told him what that that information he wanted to things that information and for me to drop you hear. But how did he know that vin was gonna be. Yeah exactly would come to london and edvin would seek out helen mirren of course but it doesn't matter that there's a party that she drops him as a basically a rave scene on an english manor he ends up having a bunch of his own people. At right yeah all the girls. Well the those girls are hired by johnson and and the guy from the witcher those are like their people but then but then vin diesel has like housing van. Will those are the women that he has hired there so this is another question. The the interpol like i guess dom is like circumnavigated that phone call to interpol and guys like oh i'll use. My interpol team like dom has his own interpol team. That at the party Right that he didn't know he was going to write when he's loaded into that van. Yeah you i mean the thing about the movies is that dom is somehow always like six moves ahead of that and that way that is completely unknowable. In a way that is just. It's impossible to have planned this these steps knowing that the what the move the other would men we and we also have i mean i think we have followed dumbs journey. Pretty clearly oh my gosh. She got involved with nobody. There hasn't been like time on team. Young revealed to be cardi b. I was like what is happening. Like that to me is a callback to somebody. That didn't happen in any of the movies. And that's what you want it to be but it was like thank you so much for help me out because now i got this wait. We don't even know who you are. When did he like help out. A team of like female. Like but i'm like part of me is like. Are they seating this as some sort of like thing like are are we gonna like seem more of this elite female kind of like military team or i don't know what i don't know what they are. I was fascinated by that. Just as a reality. And i was like. Oh i wonder if they're going to be part of this going for and then they weren't but i was like oh. I wonder if this team will be now used by tom by dominant his crew. As w 'cause they're always they're always bringing more people in bringing more people in which i love. You know i love that. This this is the. I love Vin diesel understands that. The success of the movies is predicated of this. The modern iteration from five forward is to bring in other actors other people from all these other places and give them huge to give them give giving like bringing han back and not just bringing him back but giving han like a teammate. that is his character. The characters been raising this young girl that he found and people are after her. Because she's the key to unlock the mega weapon or whatever and that they're now just part of their inter reintroduced and just completely part of the team. I loved it sort of but then also one thing. Another thing i thought was missing was when the rock and jason stephen moore in it. It seemed like there was a bit more of a sense of humor around dawn as well and making fun of him. A little bit was part of the fun as well. And i think gossiping that has gone away. Yeah i know well the your they did. They did the james bond at him because what they do is they split the team up so effectively that you take the two guys and you put them with more funny guys and then you take vin. Separate him from everybody. Then you take jordan brewster and leading you. Put them on there like you. Almost it's almost like the alchemy of the separation was wrong. It's like they take roman. Yeah and then like kinda mix it up a little bit but you just like vin and really wanted into their thing you know. which is. It's it's roman. Natalie emmanuel entire east you know because the at one point they have the sender where where where yes the nerds then.

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"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"I don't do that anymore. But wheels are going to be up at six. Am at one point. Seems like dumb decides to go around like. Let's say ten pm midnight. I'm gonna give it in that zone. He who's babysitting brian. The baby yes because yes. I know that brian is also watching the other kids. But it didn't seem like he had a chance to like there. Were been one thing if he would've brought brian to the airplanes at all right but i we. I make a stop in la. They got that baby who had never met where they they. Don't mention it until much later when mia shows up and she's like don't worry all. The kids are with brian so at some point movie though like the movie and they they did this in the last one like they equate fatherhood in parenthood with death and the concept of family in the movie really only applies to work and fringe. Adult friendships like it is never applied to actual like parental a biological ties which is really upsetting and he never found it fascinating because that is dumb child trade. Yeah with tacky. Yeah the woman who died just never checks in no never know letty him again until the end of the move and lead. He doesn't seem interested in being a surrogate mother. Too young brian at all. She seems like a doll. She's like. I don't want this. Bill and ashley liked but also this. I thought that was interesting. That they didn't they gave that to her that she wasn't but it. It just seemed like i was like is he. Is he still in. The trunk is low. Brian trunk somewhere. Highly whole. I'll be back in a couple of days. Is paul walker's character still alive. Yes oh yes. Ask just retired the end in a living death which is called fatherhood. Yes i i was gonna save that question for the end. Does they let it led me to believe that the next movie is is going to have paul walker in it again. The movie. I think the idea is that at the the final scene in the last movie they all get together for a family dinner and they don't mention paul mccain and barbecue and i feel like there's a couple of mistakes that the the fans called out we'll get the justice for a second and i think it was like what do you mean you don't you didn't wanna have paul at the barbecue and they're like this is how we can do it. We can say he's coming into the barbecue. We can give him something to do but they last movie they kind of like wrote him out like they didn't really like incorporate him the right way so i feel like they wanted to make him more present but they say hey we got out of this. We retired which is a hard thing to say. We retired because we have a family to more movies coming up. You gotta get out of retirement a little bit like now you know. And it's it's so interesting that the only thing that can make vin turn his back on his son and his parental duties is the knowledge that his brother is. Oh i guess. He doesn't know that his brothers out there yet does. He only knows he only knows that. Postcard the han postcard. So he thinks the hon Sentimentality your daddy was han yet now. No he just got an from han that he put in a drawer and then obviously when the house blew up in la and he's thank god. I didn't say he got the postcard from han. After han died yes for sure. So so i- he eventually figures out that is from han but when he leaves his son at the beginning of the movie. I just was unclear. Audience member what it was that was pulling him so hard to go. Meet up with them and get on the plane. I'll tell you what it was that he wanted into leave. There is that's it. He wants to get the fuck outta the movie needed to happen and so he needed to. Well look but delic mr. Nobody is family radio he was like. I can't not help my family. Mr. nobody helped me clean my record like he's got like felt an obligation. I guess i love being a father but at the same time i'm a father and that's my family but also mr. Nobody is also my family because he came to my last picnic. I believe that that was part of the part of the reasoning used. Another one of my. I did enjoyed the movie a lot. But here's another one of the things. That sort of missing is i feel like in kind of getting the john scenic character and building up the the kind of conflict between he and dom and knowing that he's eventually going to turn good and become an ally at the end they never really pushed him and made him really bad right like they should have. I think gone all the way like they did with state them and made him he kills on or whatever at least we think he did like he was a bad guy and then they turned him and i think in the absence of that and charlene's clearly only having they only got her for three days or whatever. It was one day before lunch after the after lunch. I thought about it. Because i thought it's probably too much stuff for one day. Maybe two i thought if they had five days would've actually had her outside at some point. Yeah she never leaves the stage. So i landed on three days but maybe it is or too but i think with her sidelined and seen johnson has like the main bagai. But not really. I feel like the movie is missing. A really bad guy always had such great. Yeah is i buy that and it is interesting. It's it's very hard to put a villain next to a villain that you love. It's like oh yeah and that's tough too because all you wanna do is get her out of that box like now you take now you please take over and she does eventually but again it's limited it's limited as a question. Yeah i i so. I wrote a bunch in my in my thing like john..

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"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"We've found a race of aliens that love to raise and that would have been the end like them either way if if fast ten is the space race. I'm on board harm in lord. It didn't feel like there was a sense of urgency out there walking but they literally were like more four seconds away from complete destruction. You have to do it. I want one of them. I did want one of them to have to get out of the car. And do a spacewalk space. There's no way there's no way that the car their suits or anything can withstand the pressures of space. Just absolutely no hop out of that car at the end when you see them at the space station like like as if they rolled down the window like hey come on. They are the move. This movie i will say for me. I will say one of the things one of the things that this having watched them. All one of the things that this franchise does so smartly is it's always course correcting and this one. They were like oh no. We know what these movies are. We have to not only recognize it and comment on it through therese's kind of meta commentary but also lean into how silly these movies are and let them be silly. This point. this is what i took a lot. Of flack online about this. When because i think a lot of people think that hobson shah was too silly. And to whatever. But hobbs and shos a template that i feel like this movie embraced kind of brought it back because i felt like fast eight was a little too serious. And i don't feel like justin lin makes all these sequences fun and big and they're stupid in the best ways like in like it's like magnets great. Let's do. A fun was basically underwritten by big magnet Like they're almost every set piece utilizing they basically find for anybody who hasn't seen the movie and he's listening to this. They find a bunch in the early scene. They find a bunch of incredibly powerful magnets and almost every set piece for the rest of the movie utilizes those magnets somehow and it does not get old. No it doesn't and magnets that are basically like gravity level like more gravity more than they glad can pull through a building and they can also push it off with equal force so like they have a mile in every car. If i turn at the eight and it sucks in cars. I turn to one shoot the car off into like twenty feet the other way as it was awesome and i see the magnet in use in the best possible sequined villages. Don's brother who we've never really met. And i'm glad that the characters also call that out too but he drives off a mountain and then into oh my god magnet. The plane will not okay so that happens so that happens. We're john a jumps off a mountain lands in the plane. Then dumb and letty are trapped. You know they're getting fired. Upon by the military of whatever country that they've illegally entered. Who knows where they get all their gear. Who how they transported. I don't understand the the infrastructure that allows the team to do what they do but we don't even have to bid they're so smart to not even examine it But the that move dom the bridges out and dom drives at the outbreak then and manages to hook a cable against the car and swing the car across the chasm and lee and kind of like it's swings and lands on the other side of the chasm in another country in a safe country on the and they survive effortlessly we need. Is that the same sequence though. Is that the bridge sequence because then there's the other straight off the bridge. Yeah i really yes. Same sequence though. They hit in the fridge. theresa hits the bridge as apart like indiana jones. Temple doom style. And they're getting across it but by the time they get to the other edge the most of the bridges fallen down but they were able to defy gravity. And just drive up thing. He vin diesel sees this as he's rush driving towards it and you see him realize oh i know what i'll do and he does what jason just described and it's absolutely insane and makes euro so he's he's shifting a little bit in there to his body but like literally the car shifter and when that car jumps on the bottom ledge of that other mountain on the other side it flips boom boom. Boom boom doesn't explode like the dad's car seat belt not wearing seatbelts. The car full up all the windows broken. And when you look in the inside. Dumb and letty look like they are ready to go out on the night on the town. There's not a not not not a scratch ninety away from so much. Destruction without a scratch shocking. Would they do one of the things that really. This movie leans into heavily which. I have now obsessed within these movies and i'm pretty sure it's just justin limit. Does this Is that justin lin. Let's cars be extensions of physicality so like so like in this case. This is like tarzan swinging across a vine across your mind. You know but in this case they instead of catching it with their hands and swinging across the catch it with the car in swing across instead of the bridge going out like indiana jones and the temple of doom having to climb up. What's left of the bridge. They can drive up. What's left of the bridge. There's another one. Where letty is like thrown from. Something is going to fall to her. Death and dom drives his car around and he catches her with his car house. A car hands her landing on the hood in like grabbing on the inside ridge of hood and looking at him through the windshield is now like their signature romantic. They see through cars. Yeah and when she did that and they look like all right. We didn't have any done that to you on the hood of the car. She landed on the hood of his car. She would land with the with the weight in the ferocity that would cause her to die and they would be staring at each other while she died on the rue on the hood of his car. It's cr- they constantly are using cars as extensions of their physicality it's almost as they are in control. They all like transformers. Our robot and cars that can jump across. they can do things. I did have a couple of like logic questions. Because i don't wanna get bogged down and this is the one that really stuck out to me. Domine letty are living in a farm very removed from where we don't know where this summer moved that the site of a car coming caused them to go into full fucking panic terror mode like we're going to be home invaded. Now they say dom letty. Hey we're gonna go find mr nobody Which they say. Mr nobody about a zillion times in like five minutes and once truly says they must be regretting this name mr nobody but so he's like no..

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"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Talk to what atom thing about we jump into this movie and we don't have. We don't have much to go on because it seems like roman ted. You don't have much to go on except for eight previous move. Well twenty years a lot because and it's a lot for us some of us to remember well. Yeah that's true. I did watch all eight in the last three weeks. Did you really. I did how fun i watched. All eight extended cuts. Wow jeevan so. They always kind of play a little catch up. Then set up your new thing. Right and this one was just kind of episodic and obligatory sort of just in the kid was also time. This was the first time we've they've used the language of a flashback to to give us context for the team for any frame this case for dom but for anybody like this is the first time they've i mean you know. This is the first time they've ever gone into the past like this. You know i mean. I will say this as much as there are some confusing elements like the that like okay roman and terzhe and ramsey. I guess they are now working even though we left last left them and they were kinda like a romantic triangle either way. They're kind of working on their in a team and dom is not in a team. And i don't know. But i i love that. This writer. dan casey. Who's new to the franchise chris. Morgan had written all of them but tokyo drift. I believe number two he comes in. He's like you know what fuck it. I'm just gonna get this movie going. And i actually think just diving in was the way to go because then there's a lot of meta shit in this movie and it's morally. I mean much matter. Basically therese's character roman is a meta. His entire character is to serve as a meta textual commentator on the movies he keeps saying. Hey has anybody noticed like we keep getting into these crazy adventures. I was shot fourteen times just now and none of us can die like is there leaning into the criticisms that the movie gets that. The movie has turned a story about street. Racers who used to steal. Tv dvd combination players into like people who like are the avengers essentially and our leg amusing cars in ways that are superhero level. You know like their god level people they cannot die or be hurt at all and comments on that throughout the movie and i thought it was hilarious. Well they had to because of where they ended up going. Where in ludicrous fucking going at the end of the movie which i and we call we call. Yes and i think i did very well may have i. Don't you know if anyone wants to check the tapes. I think we can call me. But here's the thing about the space sequence. I have to say. I was a little disappointed. Oh what they dry a car.

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"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"adam scott" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"That means. Santa own search. Hello people and welcome to. How did this get made boy boy. Summer is here and this is the movie that has brought back the blockbuster. It has broken all the records and also brought back the. How did this get made family. That's right we are doing a full on all star. How did this get made the team that has been around for most of the fast and furious films are back again today But if you've not seen fast nine let me tell you where we are. We're going into very quickly at one hundred and forty five minutes. It is the longest one. In the franchise justin lin the director has returned us deducted four five and six when we last left the gang there on a rooftop in new york city. Cypher is on the loose. Dom has a baby by elsa who is dead that he renames brian in the final scene. The coast is clear. The gangs free. Everything is a okay. Everyone is living their best life but nine picks up a bit more tense. Domin letty on a farm. They hear that mister. Nobody has been captured. The team needs them to find him. And oh dumb. Also has a brother who've never heard mentioned in the eight previous films and magnets. That's pretty much what you need to know as we get into this film and as always i cannot break this film down without my to please. Welcome jason zukas. Engine dan refill. How are you both this movie. It made my made my summer. This really was exciting. This made me very happy if anything you said. It was the longest one not long enough. I flew by flu by not long enough. You know that's interesting so this is the first time i've been to movie theater. Saint paul nice. Yeah we saw the movie in dark theater in the middle of the day with our masks on there was one other patron love it and yeah and it was a wonderful way to reenter the theatrical. It'd be embraced like family. Yeah back into the cinematic family right if felt like exactly where we like. Big warm vin diesel. Hug a so warm. I will say this much. The person who was in the theater left before the post credits scene which will get into which allowed junior to dance our way out of the theater on dancing we word. Dancing are way up the aisles. We were dancing in the seats and we danced our way out of the theater. That's why we got. And i am dancing right here in my chair because we have a very special guest like i said he is part of the. How did this get made fast furious family. Please welcome mr adam. scott adam. Welcome back guide. You guys it movie and like you guys is the first time i've been to a theater in what we what fourteen months is that. Yeah and i mean there is not a better movie to return to the theater for. And i just have to say going to. The movies is so awesome. And i really missed it. I especially for spectacle and what we're all working for is spectacle and that's what i think fascinating smartly. You know like they really were like. Oh we're he was supposed to come out right as the pandemic hit like movie was came in the final trailers were being released. It was a summer blockbuster like everything should down march. This is going to be the one that launched the summer. Like the first movie of mayor whether they basically punted didn't like 'cause the pandemic or anything. Oh now that's right now that's interesting. It's up for debate. Maybe we figure it out here today. Know they've been saying like you know it was monkey to human or animal human. But do you think of stunt thelma monkey monkey. The human there were scenes. Shot in wuhan. there was There is a set piece in a wet mark was edited out of the movie way. Look we joke about it. But we know truthfully if the fast and furious gang could have prevented this pandemic they would have done it in the final seconds so they it would have gotten so close. I think if given the chance if given the choice rather to have the trump administration be in charge of the cove floor the fast and furious lean being charged with because they would drive around handing out the vaccine to everybody. I wish i wish that the toronto family was in charge of the cdc. I would take ludicrous and rodman and raman incharge of the covert response any day a week or you know. They're all that i mean. We awfully young just so like them. Jason and i were talking about this and we felt like the fact. That faucher wasn't in this at all really was it felt to me like we needed a cameo where he tipped his hat. Maybe he's working with mr. nobody. I feel like fouts. You can be part of the foul happier than like fao ci they have to like break of like charlie's captured fao. And they're like go. Get out your family. They literally put bill simmons. The ringer podcasters sportswriter in the movie. Part of the pit crew felt you could be in that pit crew two guys. You really shouldn't be. They'll simmons in that in the pick in the back in the flashback and also this is for this is for us. This is second movie in a row for us with michael rooker. Oh six day last week's episode episode we did and this. Michael rooker yonglu from guardians of the galaxy. Coming in again of our great character actors. They really they was. We talked about it yet but this movie starts with a flashback to young dumb and we get to see his father and his father's racing i don't know is the nascar. Racing speeds go a little lower regional. Yes small-scale but nonetheless deadly because as we watch his father gets killed up made out gasoline when it when it hit. Yeah i mean it didn't even exploded exploded in such a way that it was. It was as if the car was covered in gasoline thrown. By i understand that they talked about this idea like it could ignite immediately but that car car car. They were like this car needs to explode in such a way that there is no question that the person inside of it is. Although i would not be used at on question i would not be surprised at all if in ten teredo shows up. Oh one hundred percents papa. Toronto okay i have to talk about something and that is the flashback sequence and the actor who's playing young john sina modems little brother joan. What's his name. jacob jacob. Shakeup shakeup is so much shorter than young dom but then could we see them in alta adulthood. John cena's so clearly quite a bit taller fascinating out it our. I'm going to say something else. If you watch you watch the movie again. Noda's have seen this movie more than once jason. I haven't but i. But i think that like i'm just gonna point something that okay only because if you get a chance to watch again. Also at times using forced perspective to show vin diesel being taller than other characters as well are awarded the rings technology where he and letty..

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Global Crime Sting Using Messaging App Sees Hundreds Arrested

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Global Crime Sting Using Messaging App Sees Hundreds Arrested

"The FBI and police agencies around the globe pull off a cyber sting it was called a non a secure messaging service built by the F. B. I. designed to snare criminal groups since October twenty nineteen the FBI and other law enforcement around the world log more than twenty million messages from a total of eleven thousand eight hundred devices with about nine thousand currently active the messages on illegal activity range from drugs to money laundering to high level corruption and plans to kill people in more than a dozen countries John Jay college of criminal justice professor Adam Scott want says the chats provided police all the evidence they need it not only are they able to look at who the people are communicating with they're able to see what was said and basically have copies of all the information on your own servers some eight hundred people have been arrested in raids that netted tons of drugs fifty five luxury cars and close to one hundred fifty million dollars in cash and cryptocurrency I'm Jim acquire

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"adam scott" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint

Junior Golf Blueprint

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"adam scott" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint

"And then we drove across the state to mississippi to check out stateful and It's actually a funny story on that we i. I can't tell you how we got from lack the sorrowful still but there are some old barbecue joint off this highway and my dad are starving and we pull off at his place ango inside. There's like deer heads up on the wall and there's even a coon up there maybe and standard and the food rating was like seventy two or something like that. And you're like well. This is going to be the best barbecue on the planet. Or i'm going to be curling over time to get the start for. Luckily it was the former and it was delicious. Great star full in this is i showed up right at the end of dock lamaze run and and jeff was taking the reins so actually met doc at the university. Of course tonight. We showed up and chatted with doc for like an hour at the chipping green. The old chipping green. And so on. I was like you know he. He's stuff about this is in the university. Of course still you know a great track. Then now it's even more awesome And so you go back and then wake you stay in the hotel next day jeff and we walk around campus and i get like the official tour and some little southern blonde girl and her skirt was walking around. Show me to play. Sounds like place doesn't suck and and so then you know jeff meeting in in ios interesting about it was at that point start was actually the last place. I visited In at that point lot of program directors didn't like talk to me directly like they were talking to my dad a lot and in kind of almost leaving me out of the conversation a little bit. They'd asked me a few things here or there but then when they would talk about academics price internship stuff like that. They were just looking at my dad. Jeff was one of the only i only. But there's because i think the penn state guy and I think maybe the methodist guy was the only to actually kind of like talked me and my dad that kind of stood out to him. Like jeff was communicating with me. And my dad was come in the background. And that was a big selling ticket from old man and And so have jeff. I was like man. This guy was pretty cool. I could. I could see myself coming here and then like saying that you said like the size of the campus fell. You know felt right. The size of the town felt right You gotta methodist methods. It seems as high school. I was like i love it but i can't. I can't do high school politics again out. Something bigger and locked me up. Was that those kind of conversations. With doc and jeff in and just the atmosphere state so then we get down there and it was just..

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'Parks And Recreation' Cast Educates Wisconsin Voters On How To Vote By Mail

All Things Considered

02:23 min | 2 years ago

'Parks And Recreation' Cast Educates Wisconsin Voters On How To Vote By Mail

"Was a beloved sitcom about local government and small D democracy and in that spirit cast members got together last week to give Wisconsin voters a virtual education about voting on behalf of the state's Democratic Party. Two of the show's main actors Aubrey Plaza and Adam Scott, were the elections experts in a few moments we are gonna bring out everyone from our caste to discuss what fans of the show are all dying to hear about. Indepth minute details of Wisconsin absentee voting information right. That's right. Plaza and Scott take through the ways people can mess up when absentee voting like uploading a selfie instead of a photo I deep to request a ballot. Getting mail ballots right is a big issue More than 23,000 mail in ballots were rejected in Wisconsin in April, slightly more than Trump's margin of victory here in 2016. And young people and voters of color see their ballots rejected at higher rates. Amy Poehler, who plays Leslie Knope, the show's protagonist, had a creative way to remind voters they need to get their ballots witnessed. I'm excited about all of us beating each other's witness, that's going to be fun, and I think that's going to be a big ask, I think, and I don't want to like Try to create a meet cute, but I better be some people that get married after their mother's witnesses for these absentee ballots. Tens of thousands of people tuned in to the event, which also doubled as a fund raiser. Well, it was a new way to educate voters here in this closely divided state. The advice is consistent with what Democrats have been telling voters ever since Last month's convention make a plan to vote. Make a back up plan to vote and then make a third plan. How you're gonna vote. Chelsea Cross runs the Democratic congressional campaign. She says Voters should treat October 20th his election day this year, not November 3rd. So they have plenty of time. We don't want them to get a mail in ballot. Fill it out. Haven't be wrong and have that vote not be counted. All this comes as President. Trump has repeatedly made false claims about the security of voting by mail. Cuts to the Postal Service have raised voters concerns about how to safely cast their ballots. Election officials worry that with everything about voting becoming so polarized this year, voters may not always get accurate information.

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Anchor is hosting pirated podcasts

podnews

02:40 min | 2 years ago

Anchor is hosting pirated podcasts

"Anchor is hosting large number of pirated podcasts from other publishes. Today thirty percent of all the pod track talk twenty podcasts currently being pirated on anchor according to our searches the new podcast from the New York Times and cereal. Nice. White parents has a further five pirated copies hosted on anchor using the original artwork. None of those plays will be credited back to the original owner and ads will not earn the publishers revenue. You'll find more details in our show notes and newsletter today. PODCAST host Lipson has published some positive news if Larry Fantasy chief operating officer. We continue to report growing revenue numbers and profitable results in the second quarter during a period that was certainly very different than expected. The company posted good news total podcasting revenue up by ten point six percents in the second quarter. Laura Simms has been promoted to see. Oh and the company. Now how seventy four thousand PODCASTS podcast those transistors launched an API for developers. Captivate has addy Ghana as a destination. They claim it's India's number one audio platform and link with Paul Corn in their new resources sanction I'm on their advisory board. Booth Eight podcast studio based in Adelaide in South Australia has moved to larger premises and filmed the building process of their new studios willing to that from our show notes newsletter today, and also a link to house spotify revolutionized podcast discovery. It's an in depth look spotify is user experience comparing it to apple podcasts. Always have unveiled a set of new features to make podcast. -tising buying better they say including brand safety contextual targeting and add sequencing on awards hosted. The true crime podcast reveal snowball is to leave his day job as content director of Australian radio station triple. J He's to focus among other things on television drama series inspired by the podcast and Impalas News Sir. This is a Wendy's podcast. It's a new podcast from Wendy's US fast food retailer to bit of a weird listen it appears to consist of a sponsor message funded by the same offer read slightly differently. At the late seventies, early eighties, band talking heads. This must be talking heads is an album by album exploration on their work hosted by Rodney Gordon and. Fan of the seventies, early eighties, bands, talking heads, you talking talking heads to my talking heads is an album by album exploration of that work hosted by Comedians Adam Scott, and Scott or common, and

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Big tech companies back away from selling facial recognition to police

All Things Considered

02:07 min | 2 years ago

Big tech companies back away from selling facial recognition to police

"Amazon for years has offered a service called recognition to police departments here's how it works officers can take a smartphone photo or use a grainy picture from a security camera and try to match against a massive database of mugshots stored in the cloud Adam Scott won is a professor at John Jay college of criminal justice your average police officer instead of having to try to figure out who committed the crime could pass one of these videos to a facial recognition system which will help me in the right direction he says there are many types of crimes where facial recognition technology can help kidnapping missing children Shuman exploitation bank robberies home burglaries but there are big problems with facial recognition M. I. T. researcher joy Buolamwini has documented them all of these systems work better on lighter skin faces than darker skin faces they all overall work better on a male identified faces than female identified faces in other words people of color and women are more likely to be misidentified by this technology that's why cities from San Francisco to north Hampton Massachusetts have banned governments from using it Amazon has fought back loudly saying researchers are over blowing the flaws of its system Fulham when he says even if the face scanning tool becomes flawless she fears it can be used for mass surveillance that events like large protests what kind of society do we want to lead then and we do not want to live in a society where going outside exercising your first amendment rights because you're speaking up for what's right land you in trouble for nothing else than that you're faced with Amazon never mentions George Floyd or the protest his death sparked in announcing the one year freeze instead Amazon says the pauses to give Congress time to quote put in place stronger regulations to govern the ethical use of facial recognition technology some companies have gone even further Microsoft says it will not begin selling face scanning software to police until there's a national law in IBM this we condemn technology that can be used for racial profiling and mass surveillance it's

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'Parks and Recreation' cast reunites for fundraising special

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

'Parks and Recreation' cast reunites for fundraising special

"At least for a little bit NBC announced the cast from parks and recreation are set to reunite for a half hour scripted special airing April thirtieth to benefit reading Americans Copa ninety response fund however she did Jones is these on sorry Nick Offerman Aubrey plaza Chris Pratt's Adam Scott rob Lowe will be back in character for the special and we'll be joined by several guest stars parks and rec finished its seven season run five years ago the show's star polar who won a golden globe for her portrayal as Leslie Knope the head of pani Indiana's parks and recreation

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‘Parks and Recreation’ cast to reunite for scripted special to aid coronavirus response fund

Donna and Steve

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

‘Parks and Recreation’ cast to reunite for scripted special to aid coronavirus response fund

"NBC has announced that the cast of parks and recreation is set to reunite for a half hour scripted special airing on April thirtieth in aid of covert nineteen almost all of the original cast members including Amy Poehler Rashida Jones Aziz Ansari Nick Offerman Aubrey plaza Chris Pratt Adam Scott and rob Lowe jimo here and read I will be back in character for the special the special spear headed by co creator Michael Schur will help raise money for feeding America's covert nineteen response fund very run down on an ounce and I but the people who love parks and rec love parks and rec that's that's really cool and I'm sure some weird at home Skype you sue me kind of a version of it but it'll be great some new anything new now is just so

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28 Golfers Head to Bay Hill for Arnold Palmer Invitational

Orlando's Morning News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

28 Golfers Head to Bay Hill for Arnold Palmer Invitational

"App some of the best golfers in the world are in Orlando this weekend for the Arnold Palmer invitational I hate the course at bay hill yesterday afternoon to check out the program and to talk to fans about this year's only brings a lot of energy to bay hill like Arnold Palmer stores it's well known everybody listed here twenty eight of the top fifty golfers in the world are playing this weekend Rickie Fowler I think McElroy who has a wonderful chance when somebody loves Adam Scott so the tournament gets underway this morning and runs through

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Adam Scott Emerges From Crowded Field to Win Genesis Open

No Laying Up

04:30 min | 2 years ago

Adam Scott Emerges From Crowded Field to Win Genesis Open

"Adam Scott doesn't seem like he's won like five genesis before they shouldn't. You shouldn't have already been a real winner. It at Riviera explained the whole real winner. Thirty six hole win which I don't remember honestly two thousand five I can't claim to and then they went out and played some sort of modified playoff. Yeah only Chad Campbell. I guess and check Campbell. So did he get the full money for that? He got money and I think you got the trophy. I just don't think he got the official win. Okay it was. It was the Dustin Johnson Pebble Beach Title Okay. the second whole array of this week played barely over par by the way which is maybe a sign of the ball. My finally go too far. We'll we'll talk a little distance on the back end we Obviously broke down the. Usda Distance Report on last week's episode with K v V. But I WANNA get some random thoughts. I think you're chatting before we started here. Tc About Adam. Scott being you know maybe the wilderness that kind of the narrative that was being pushed was you know maybe a bit bit too far. Yeah he's been in the top fifty in the world. Since two thousand he had two solo seconds last year formers and memorial and then won the Ozzy. Pga At the end of the year there. didn't have a great twenty eighteen but solo third at the PGA Championship. I am shocked to see him putting as well as he is Is it don't know if there's anything to it that he put these are the hardest. Greens on tour to PUTT statistically this in pebble and he puts them really well. That's a sign of like nothing matters on these Greens. I don't I don't know what it means but I'm sure that I'm sure you probably feels like nobody's making butts out. Here actually might have an advantage out here. Just frees him up Randy Wise Rev week one of your favorites you. You've talked about more than I've heard you talk about any other golf course. I think it's It's such a nice course I think it starts with the course You know some iconic holes. I mind is Probably number ten which I know we can get into a little bit Eighteen you know everybody can kind of picture that uphill dogleg right with the clubhouse up there. I think you know for me. It's just Just seems to produce such a good tournament year after year after year And I don't think that's an accident when we're talking about the golf course. It's the end of the West Coast swing. I think there's a bit of sadness or melancholy that you know. My favorite part of the years is coming to an end and honestly you know. Mickelson always played well out there so that doesn't hurt But yeah that's I I don't know I think it's just the the whole. Go Sycamore. Trees I I it just really looks good on TV. And I think that for me. That's where it starts with Y enjoy the week so well similar to Augusta in in some way it's always creates a lot of drama in that guy's in groups ahead had these little stretch is a whole where you can get it like ten eleven. You know you've made that turn you. There's a couple of gettable holes and guys can make birdies get up close to that lead and but the leaders back there haven't played the easy holes yet so it kind of creates this ton of excitement and you can't really tell who's in the lead like you can see who's most under par but knowing that there's so many half par holes coming in you don't really know who's some king win this legit. If he stepped up and birdied eighteen he got in at ten Adam. Scott looked like he was wavering. There for a little bit But he ended up surviving. I just like Augusta. I think. That's a great comparison in that. Not only can guys you know. Go Low all of a sudden inclined back into it but there's you know there's some car crashes out there can't get away with any exactly so just that volatility to develop Is it just creates a lot of excitement and captures your attention watching rory get flustered today and just like not be able to find it was. I mean it's jarring I mean the guy's been total control was golf ball for Shelton Neil of course ACCUA For I don't know ten months. At least maybe more than that and just to see him have absolutely nothing. Today was just it. Was it hearken back to win? Almost when Randy was calling for him to be dead before he had officially died. But yeah that's what reveal. Do demand if you don't have it. You're Gone Russell. Henley you'RE GONNA bud. Sorry you're out of

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Tiger Woods leads Team USA in 2019 Presidents Cup

Ron St. Pierre

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Tiger Woods leads Team USA in 2019 Presidents Cup

"A preview Tiger Woods enters his ninth career presidents Cup of this time around it will also serve as captain of the American team in the bi annual tournament held this year at royal Mel born in Australia tiger excited for what he sees as a stack U. S. what were a very deep team the guise of of played well this entire year which joint on the American team by eleven others including Patrick reed Rickie Fowler and Justin Thomas means on the international team is captain by golf legend Ernie els and will feature Adam Scott Louis with Susan and had Dechy Monceau

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Cantlay canters to Memorial Tournament title

Joel Riley

01:16 min | 3 years ago

Cantlay canters to Memorial Tournament title

"And this memorial tournament updates to service a Wesley communities Kimball find angel Miller lite. Patrick can't lay started the day, four shots back. But after a final round eight under par sixty four. He finishes the memorial as the champion can't Lee at nineteen under wins by two shots. Feels really, really good to finish it off. How did today I knew I had a little bit of a mountain to climb to start the day. Couple guys ahead of me. Two and four shots in guys played really well and closed off tournaments. So I knew that I needed to come out fire gonna make a bunch of birdies. And fortunately, I did eight birdies to be exact no bogeys. He beats Adam Scott by two who played very well himself scotch out a foreigner sixty eight but seventeen under was not quite enough. A little tough to Patrick today, but I was only a couple off in the putts on the loss to halls for very close. A third round leader. Martin timer was in front headed to the back nine but he bogeyed twelve and thirteen lost the lead to Canley timer. Ends up third wall tiger. Woods, final round sixty seven he surged from twenty six place, going into the day to ninth winding up at nine under par. The goal today was to get to double digits and. Get something positive going into the open. But overall it was it was a great day. I the ball really well and made

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Tiger misses cut by 1 shot at PGA Championship

Mark Levin

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

Tiger misses cut by 1 shot at PGA Championship

"Sicker rooks, kept Kelly's the PGA championship by seven strokes. That's a record leading margin after two rounds at the PGA as twelve under par while Tiger Woods, miss the cut at five over par. Woods played in a group with KEPCO this week, KEPCO was seventeen shots better than tiger. Woods, also missing the cut Jon Rahm who shot seventy five today. Sergio Garcia and Bubba Watson missed the tied for second place. Jordan Spieth, and Adam Scott, who shot sixty four today, Phil Mickelson's

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Tiger Woods, Ricky Fowler And Sergio Garcia discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Tiger Woods, Ricky Fowler And Sergio Garcia discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"Thanks, doug. Tiger Woods with a good. First round. At the masters is a fourteen time. Major winner shoots wonder be near the top of the leaderboard favorite coming into the tournament. Worry McElroy those struggles shooting one over par. Seventy three other notables include John Rahman, Adam Scott, ending the round at three-under with Ricky Fowler at two under with the vending champion, Patrick Redon and Sergio Garcia

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